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    • Category : Java
    • Location : Mohali
    • Posted On : Aug 8, 2018

    Here are two scenarios where the keyup event will not get fired: The user drags text into the textarea. The user copy-paste text in the textarea with a right click (contextual menu).

    Use the HTML5 input event instead for a more robust solution:

    // jquery
    <script src=""></script>
    // html
    <div class="control">
    	<textarea spellcheck="true" maxlength="200" name="question" id="question" class="input-textarea required-entry" cols="5" rows="8" data-validate="{required:true}" aria-required="true"></textarea>
      <div class="limittext"><span class="charnum">200 Characters left</span></div>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    jQuery(document).ready(function() {
      // edit area start
      var maxLength = 200;
      var textarea_id = "question";
      // edit area end
      var html='<span style="color:red;">'+ maxLength + ' characters allowed, excess characters trimmed</span>';
          var length = this.value.length;
          if (length >= maxLength) {
            this.value = this.value.substring(0, maxLength);
          } else {
            var count=maxLength-length;
            jQuery(this).next(".limittext").html('<span class="charnum">' +count+' Characters left</span>');

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